You will need
- - ammonia;
- - the carpet cleaner;
- - large salt;
- - broom;
- - Laundry soap;
- - starch.
The natural wool carpet should be cleaned every six months with a soft brush with bristles of medium length. Prepare the following solution: pour into a small container liter of warm water and add two tablespoons of ammonia. Moisten the brush in the solution and walk around the carpet. Then wipe it with a cloth soaked in clean water and wipe with a dry cloth. Leave to dry in natural conditions.
The carpet is light tones pretty quickly soiled and it is difficult to clean. Therefore, it is recommended to use the carpet cleaner, the principle of which is aimed at collecting dirt particles, dissolving them and lifting out, where they're pretty easy to collect with a vacuum cleaner. Read the instructions carefully before use and strictly follow its recommendations. The choice of tools depends on the carpet material, thickness and length of the pile.
To clean a light carpet, you will need a large number of major salt, which should be thickly sprinkled with it. After some time, take a broom, thoroughly wash it in hot soapy water and them carefully sweep up the salt from the carpet. Periodically rinse the broom in the water (as pollution).
The dry method of cleaning light carpet. Take the soap and grate it on a fine grater. Mix 500 grams of starch and three or four tablespoons of grated soap. Sprinkle mixture on carpet and a little walk with a broom, while not removing the prepared powder, but only distributing it evenly. An hour later, thoroughly vacuum the carpet.
Take some raw potatoes, wash and peel. RUB on a small grater and pour a liter of clean water. Leave to infuse for two hours, then strain through a sieve or several layers of cheesecloth. Dip the brush in the potato solution and thoroughly clean the carpet. Dry in natural conditions, vacuum. Your carpet looks clean and fresh.